Hilary of Poitiers is widely held to have combined his two separate theological works, De Fide and Adversus Arianos, to create his monumental De Trinitate. Carl L. Beckwith examines why - and when - this revision occurred, situating the text in its historical and theological context as part of a broader re-mapping of fourth-century Trinitarian debates.

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